Week of February 23, 2015 Archives
RealClearWorld Evening Edition
Thursday, February 26World Becoming More Hostile to Jews
- Emma Green, The AtlanticIsrael's Military Politicians
- Thomas Mitchell, RealClearWorldThe Liberal Split over ISIS
- James Kirchick, World Affairs JournalWhy Did Britain Let 'Jihadi John' Go Free?
- Nico Hines, Daily BeastNothing Inevitable About European Unification
- D. Abulafia, T'graphAngela Merkel's Moment of Truth
- Joschka Fischer, Project SyndicateBrazil Is in Its Worst Mess Since the Early 1990s
- The EconomistWill Australia Buy Japanese Submarines?
- Murray McLean, RCD
Wednesday, February 25Russia Can't Beat NATO - But Putin Might Try
- Tom Nichols, RCDefenseWill There Be an Arab Spring in Russia?
- Peter Rutland, Moscow TimesThere Are Good Reasons to Publish Mein Kampf
- Tim Stanley, TelegraphGreece Caved
- Clive Crook, Bloomberg ViewThe British Politicians for Sale
- Nico Hines, Daily BeastObama's Uncomfortable Israeli Ally
- Jonathan Tobin, CommentaryISIS's Quixotic Pursuit of History
- Rashmee Lall, The NationalISIS Heads to Rome
- Thomas Friedman, New York TimesThe Assyrian Christians Defending Their People
- Khalel and Vickery, FPXi Jinping's Quest for Autonomy
- Ryan Mitchell, The Diplomat
Tuesday, February 24What ISIS Really Wants: The Response
- Graeme Wood, The AtlanticDon't 'Counter' Jihadists, Defeat Them
- Marc Thiessen, Washington PostTerrorism Is No Existential Threat to U.S.
- Mueller & Stewart, GuardianDid Turkey Cut a Deal with ISIS?
- Jamie Dettmer, The Daily BeastISIS vs. Al-Qaeda: Jihadism's Civil War
- Byman & Williams, TNIAnti-Mainland Sentiment in Hong Kong
- Shannon Tiezzi, The DiplomatEurope's Kids Are Moody and Depressed
- Bruce Stokes, Foreign PolicyWhite House Lowers Bar for Iran Nuke Deal
- Lake & Rogin, BloombergIran Talks Continue U.S. Nuclear Retreat
- Jonathan Tobin, CommentaryIs America's Nuclear Arsenal Dying?
- Dodge & Lowther, RCDefense
Monday, February 23Managing ISIS
- Richard Haass, Project SyndicateA Greek Deal Can't Fix Euro, and that's Tragic
- Gideon Rachman, FTNot Another Iron Curtain
- Judy Dempsey, Carnegie EuropeHow Israel Could Be Drawn into Syria's War
- Tony Badran, NOW LebanonU.S. to World: Give Us a Hand with Cuba
- William LeoGrande, WPREurope Is Still a Cut-Rate Power
- Joel Kotkin, Daily BeastDo the Oscars Understand East Europe?
- L. Bershidsky, Bloomberg View3 Questions About the Fight on Terrorism
- M. Petersen, Washington TimesIs This the Century of the Dragon?
- Pepe Escobar, TomDispatch
Thursday, February 19Jeb Bush Borrows Brother's Foreign Policy
- W. James Antle, TNIDwekh Nawsha: 'Crusaders' Return to Middle East
- Japan TimesISIS Will Lose in Iraq. Then What?
- Douglas Ollivant, War on the RocksISIS Turns Its Eyes Toward Libya
- Adam Taylor, Washington PostThe West Can Help Topple a Vulnerable Iran
- Ken Maginnis, RCWorld'Swiss Leaks' Reveals Money Rich Are Hiding
- McGrath & Khosla, GPMysterious MERS Virus Is Back
- Helen Branswell, Scientific AmericanGreat Fracturing: UK's Slide into 6-Party Politics
- The Economist
Wednesday, February 18It's 2003 Again. Everyone Wants War
- Trevor Timm, GuardianISIS is Spreading, and Spreading Fast
- Joshua Keating, SlateThe State of U.S.-Israel Relations
- Adam Garfinkle, American InterestIf U.S. Arms Ukraine, Russia Could Arm Iran
- Josh Cohen, Moscow TimesWhy Isn't Merkel Compromising on Greece?
- M. Gilbert, Bloomberg ViewRefugee Internment: The EU's Guantanamo
- M. Popp, Der SpiegelChina's Muhammad Ali Military Strategy
- James Holmes, RCDefenseJapan's Abe Ready to Push for Drastic Reform
- Michael Auslin, AEIdeasCheap Oil a Double-Edged Sword in Southeast Asia
- Anthony Fensom, NIA Look at Venezuela's Economic Crisis
- Nathaniel Flannery, Forbes
Tuesday, February 17Obama's Five Mideast Blunders
- Victor Davis Hanson, National ReviewItaly Fears ISIS Invasion from Libya
- Barbie Latza Nadeau, Daily BeastThe Islamic State's Appeal in Libya
- Noah Feldman, BloombergWhat ISIS Really Wants
- Graeme Wood, The AtlanticA Fight to the Death with Theocrats
- Prince Salman of Bahrain, TelegraphEgypt Unites Against ISIS
- Michael Totten, World Affairs JournalA Letter Concerning Muslim Toleration
- Mustafa Akyol, New York TimesPutin May Be the Lesser of Russian Evils
- Rob Garver, Fiscal TimesThe Next European Flashpoints
- Bond/Corboy/Courtney/Yalowitz, TNIAfghan Mineral Wealth: Blessing or Curse
- Tamim Momeni, Diplomat
Monday, February 16Islam and the West at War
- Roger Cohen, New York TimesLondon's Role in the GOP Race
- Edward Luce, Financial TimesA Nuclear Spat Could Blow up EU Energy Plans
- Keith Johnson, FPUkraine's Military Is Strong Enough to Win
- Alan Chin, ReutersHow to Write a Constitution Online
- Mike Murphy, QuartzCountering Putin's Grand Strategy
- Robert Kaplan, Wall Street JournalThere Is no Reason for Danes to Panic
- Conor Friedersdorf, AtlanticThe Weird Attempt to Oust Gambia's Unhinged Leader
- W. Rosenau, TNICan Yemen Be Saved?
- Barak Barfi, Project Syndicate